Shoshana Wodinsky

Shoshana Wodinsky is Adweek's platforms reporter, where she covers the financial and societal impacts of major social networks. She was previously a tech reporter for The Verge and NBC News.

When a Brand Crisis Happens, Consumers Expect a Rapid Response

Companies' social media strategy can make or break confidence—and their bottom line.

Twitter Will No Longer Accept Political Ads, Says CEO

'While internet advertising is incredibly powerful, that power brings significant risks to politics'

The Road to Brandweek: Citi’s Jennifer Breithaupt on Leading Movements, Not Moments

She feels the global bank has a responsibility to "stay off the sidelines."

Is This Weirdo Answering Questions About Your Brand Online? If So, Yext Has a Solution

The search monitoring platform wants to help companies 'take back their truth.'

Facebook Rolls Out a Stand-alone News Service in Its Mobile App

This could be an olive branch for publishers using the platform.

Viacom’s Gambles Have Led to Major Gains

At Adweek’s Convergent TV Summit, Sean Moran said the company is embracing cord-cutting.

Snapchat’s Third Quarter Brings Big Gains

The company announced 210 million daily active users and $446 million in earnings, surpassing expectations.

Facebook Ads VP Rob Goldman Has Departed the Company

He announced the move on his Twitter page Tuesday afternoon.

Twitch Brings on Former Zynga Executive Doug Scott as CMO

The interactive streaming platform is entering "a key moment in our next phase of growth."

Facebook Wants to Know the Apps You Download and Delete

But it has discontinued the use of software that violated App Store policies across Apple and Google—not to mention the trust of consumers.